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MTV slogans in the U.S.

You'll never look at music the same way again.

I want my MTV!

Too much is never enough

Turn it on, leave it on

See the music you want to see

Army MTV (Tina Cousins's lyrical spoofs from ABC's America's Watching and visuals spoofs from NBC's Let's All Be There)

We're Music, We're MTV

The music revolution will be televised

MTV... Proud as a Moon Man (Weird Al Yankovic's spoof of NBC's 1979-1981 slogan Proud as a Peacock)

Doodle Doodle Dee, Wubba Wubba Wubba

MTV Lives In Your Music

Some People Just Don't Get It

Watch and Learn

M-m-m-m T-t-t-t V-v-v-v

MTV News: You Hear It First

MT-blah: Blah-blah Tele-blah

I love my MTV

Don't let Jerry Win. Best watch your MTV's

Think MTV

Not on TV, on M-TV

On MTV and Nowhere Else

Just See MTV

MTV Enjoy

MTV keeps you plugged in

You Down Wit MTV?!

MTV: We Don't Play Music

MTV is no longer: It's MetallicaTeleVision (Lars Ulrich in 1996)

MTV slogans on international channels

The Number One Music Channel.

Nongkrong di MTV. (1997-2001)

MTV Gue Banget. (2002-2007)

MTV Ayos (MTV Philippines)

Habla Tu MTV

Musical Tele-vis-i-on (MTV UK - The 'Music Man')

There's Something in the Water! (MTV Canada)

Don't Give Up Your M (MTV Australia, MTV New Zealand and MTV Baltics)

MTV will make New Zealand music history (MTV New Zealand)

Follow The Music, Follow MTV.

I Like... (MTV Asia)

Because MTV brings out the bitch in you (MTV New Zealand)

MTV May Contain Nuts (MTV New Zealand)

MTV - we know where you live (MTV Australia)

MTV - we want you to have our baby (MTV Australia)

    Related Famous Taglines:
    1. CBS - America's Most Watched Network

    MTV (originally an initialism of Music Television) is an American pay television channel owned by Viacom Media Networks (a division of Viacom) and headquartered in New York City.

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